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Wednesday, November 02, 2005
XFX 7800GT

2. A Closer Look

As with most VGA cards in this performance range, there is an increased cooling requirement and for this reason, the largest part of the card's area is occupied by the heatsink, bearing the manufacturer's logo. According to XFX, the specific cooling system is twice as quiet and cool as the competition's.


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The XFX 7800GT is SLI enabled, which means with a second card, it can work in SLI mode giving even higher performance.

On the top edge of the card, there is a black metal strip with the manufacturer's name on it, which lights up as soon as the system turns on.

The XFX 7800GT provides dual DVI-I connections.

Now lets move to the next page covering in detail our graphics card's testbed.




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